Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre, Aotea Centre

Auckland Live
The Aotea Centre is a purpose-built performing arts centre, home to New Zealand’s largest tiered auditorium, a unique black box theatre, function rooms, and the BOX Café & Bar. The Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre was previously known as the ASB Theatre.

Aotea Centre, Mayoral Drive, Auckland Central
+64 9 309 2677



See below for information about getting to the Aotea Centre. If you are looking for general advice on travelling within and to Auckland, visit  Auckland Transport

Bus StopClosest bus stops are

#7059 – Queen Street – Routes: City Link, 299, 020, 312, 302, 309, 606

#7083 – Mayoral Drive opposite Aotea Centre – Routes: 18, 133, 195, 134, 110, 030, 132

parkingClosest parking is the Civic car park with entrances off Mayoral Dr and Greys Ave. Limited pre-paid parking (for parking after 6pm only) is available on Level 2 and can be booked at the same time as purchasing your event tickets through  Ticketmaster or added to an existing ticket order by calling Ticketmaster on 0800 111 999 or by visiting the box office at The Civic (until 1 March 2019) or the Aotea Centre (from 1 March 2019). Pre-paid car parks must be purchased at least 48 hours prior to the event date. For opening hours and costs click here. For details on mobility access click here

TaxiTaxis can drop off in the Auckland Council carpark next to the Civic car park entrance off Mayoral Drive. There is also a taxi stand on Queen Street opposite The Civic 

Train Icon 113x113Closest train station is Britomart, at the bottom of Queen Street


BeWelcomeBronze 2018The Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre has a Bronze Be.Accessible rating.

Multiple levelsThe Kiri Te Kanawa  Theatre has multiple levels, with level access at Stalls and Circle levels. All levels are accessible via lifts.

ToiletsWheelchair accessible toilets are  available throughout the venue

DogsAssistance dogs are welcome.

 The venue is equipped with a hearing aid loop. Click here for more information about accessibility.

Click  here for a virtual tour of Aotea Centre.